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and jim were all >>t wasr at a trial. what was the circumstance?'s >> was the trial for jim's son.r he had four children. jim j hen jr. was born the day after he was shot down in 1991.e oth there were both there for a a tryout, second-degree murder trial. he was convicted. >> okay. he was jim? >> jimlo thompson, the one that his ory hprisoner of war in american history. .. buried urn an avalanche of tragedy for the last 28 years. he's a stroke victim today. he couldn'ttell his own story and i met him in 1984 and got his permission to tell his own story and so "glory denied" is about what he went through in vietnam. it's also about what his family went through in vietnam and the family together went through after the war. >> who was alice? >> alice was jim's wife. they had been married 10 years at the time that jim was lost in vietnam and hs captivity began. and she -- they met in new jersey jim found in the army a place where he could realize his dreams and ambitions, but he was wep up in a war that he -- swept up in a war that he had no understanding of, alice had no understanding of. m w
. david: you want an example of how this grass will stop the clubhead? jim: you saw it there. david: he played it deliberately that way but it came to a dead halt. jim: again on the tee at 18, schwartzel. this will get serious run outright here. galloping down that flatter right side. nick: this man will be in the hunt when we come back at augusta, i promise you. jim: and the northern trust open might be heldford another playoff. a three-man playoff a year ago. currently three a are tied. more possibilities still to be resolved here. john merrick has pulled out a putter here. nick: i'm surprised at that. david: he's given it a scare so far. nick: but you just risk what the kikuyu grass will do. but you're in control. go on. keep going. easy. jim: that's well played. nick: surprise it ran so straight. david: not lacking in courage. nothing tentative about that. jim: merrick trying to become the second ucla bruin to ever win this tournament. corey pavin actually has won it twice. and was in the field this week. he was the pac-10 individual champion
: you want an example of how this grass will stop the clubhead? jim: you saw it there. david: he played it deliberately that way but it came to a dead halt. jim: again on the tee at 18, schwartzel. this will get serious run outright here. galloping down that flatter right side. nick: this man will be in the hunt when we come back at augusta, i promise you. jim: and the northern trust open might be heldford another playoff. a three-man playoff a year ago. currently three a are tied. more possibilities still to be more possibilities still to be resolved here. john merrick has pulled out a putter here. nick: i'm surprised at that. david: he's given it a scare so far. nick: but you just risk what the kikuyu grass will do. but you're in control. go on. keep going. easy. jim: that's well played. nick: surprise it ran so straight. david: not lacking in courage. nothing tentative about that. jim: merrick trying to become the second ucla bruin to ever win this tournament. corey pavin actually has won it twice. and was in the field this week. he was the pac-10 individual champion back in 2003. yo
jean's husband jim was holed up in a hotel, hiding, not from the storm, but from his past. >> he was scared so he figured he'd get while the getting was good. >> as soon as the worst of the storm had blown over jean says she joined her panicked husband. they ordered pizza and turned on the tv. >> the losses are substantial. >> but jean couldn't concentrate on the hurricane news. the personal storm that was wrecking her marriage and ruining her life took precedence. >> it was the big tensionfest. we talked and asked a lot of questions, you know? why? what were you thinking? what are you going to do now? >> it was a messy situation, betrayal, deception, dissertion, the usual menu of dysfunction that all too often falls under the category of another woman, but there was more to it than that. much more. ♪ ♪ >> a homicide investigation was at stake, one that just days earlier had led detective mark blumberg from the isle of washington all of the way to punta gorda, florida. he was hot on the trail of a potential suspect, and then came the hurricane. >> i didn't think he was going
. a love triangle with sharp edges. >> jim at one point had told me that he wanted to know what it felt like to kill somebody. >> in this twisted game of hearts, how many would have to pay the price? >> she called and let me know that russ was dead. >> how far would things go? >> i looked in her eyes and i mean, she's evil. she is evil. >> a man hunt would stretch from the northwest down to mexico and run smack into mother nature. >> your suspect is quite literally in the wind. >> he's gone. >> i'm lester holt and this is "dateline." here's josh mankiewicz. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> love, according to the song writers, is a many splendored thing. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> financial empires have been built on our annual homage to hearts and flowers. but this story is about people caught in the powerful grip of love's darker side, obsession. ♪ everybody's getting crazy >> it involves talented and beautiful people. >> miss washington. >> smart people, whose obsessions made them do stupid things. passionate people caught in an emotional whirlwind. >> we, the jury, find the defendant -- >> and finally, inn
>>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. even on days like today where the fed didn't say anything we didn't already know, but people used it as an excuse, an excuse to take some profits. dow dipping 44 points, s&p sinking .39%. nasdaq declining .36%. bark, a tad worse than its bite? i don't like to fear words made up for the occasion, like fiscal cliff. horror stories, long lines at the airport, and getting away with murder. that is what washington does. wait a second. it is all over but the shouting. i read the release, i looked at the conference call. you know, what it was pretty good. some say it was the best. what do i know? i did the homework. didn't people want to buy toll on a pullback? wasn't that theme? seems like a pull-back. don't want to touch that. like the google pull-back nobody wanted. most people don't want to go near the darn thing that up trend has bee
" with jim cramer starts right now. >> you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts, they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate and teach you on these tough days, call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. ask you a question. remember joe dimaggio? that hall of fame -- was it hall of shame? yankee? the guy who got shut down not a single hit in the 57th game after getting a base hit in 56 consecutive contests. how about michael jordan the 50-year-old now aarp member m.j. who didn't even start in the 2003 all-star game. what was that joker ted williams not batting again over .400 after 41? maybe it was like the -- all of these bums and losers came to mind today when i saw the air going off this market with the dow off 108 points falling flat on its face, not to mention the s&p down the worst of the year, and the nasd
'm on "meet the press" this sunday morning. joey in florida. joey. >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> boo-yah, sunshine. what's up? >> caller: hey, what is your take on the massive drop in ver iphone? they reported an early miss on earnings and have an average purchase price of $19.25. >> we have not liked verphone i don't know, how many -- maybe since like the show started. so i'm not going to deviate now that it's had still one more disappointment. ixnay on verifone-nay to be very formal about it. nassar in maryland. >> caller: how are you doing? >> how about you, partner? >> caller: about six months ago i bought shares in tesla motors. and recently it's taken a big hit. >> yeah. >> caller: and my question is do you think i should stick with it or just bail out altogether? >> this is a tough call because it's really what i call a hope stock. and i think hope should be left in the stadium, the ballpark. but that said, you do have probably -- highly doubtful unless you bought it in the last three points. you've got a nice gain. so let's do this. cut it in half. play the rest with the hous
about humira, to help relieve your pain and stop further joint damage. >>> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! firms are going to go out of business, and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere -- >> "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. >> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate you so call me, 1-800-743-cnbc. after today's beautiful rally the dow gaining 120 points, the s&p climbing .88%, nasdaq falling .97%, really knocking the socks off the panickers, worriers, and short sellers everywhere, let's cut right to the chase and go into next week's game plan. it's clear now the most significant reason for the huge decline we experienced over this week the one where people came out of the woodwork to pronounce the bull slaughtered and the bear roaring back to prominence was the release of month-old, emphasis month-old fed meetings. now, ne
been blamed on the markets that we got a couple of days ago. we will talk to jim about everything that was happening inside the room and try to get his take to where we're headed here. let's get you up to speed on the morning's headlines and before that, i'll tell you about hue yet pack yard, coming in and topping estimates. ceo meg whitman says that the company's turn around plan is gaining traction, though there is work to do. we'll be talking more about hp in just a few minutes with a fundamental manager who focuses on technology. in our tech news, texas instruments is raiding its quarterly dividends by a third. shares of pi have risen about 10% since the beginning of last year, but they are still 70% lower than the 2000 high. shares of gardener denver rising on reports that kkr is bidding $75 a share for the industrial pump manufacturer. yesterday was the deadline for offers for the company. the hot and cold sales process has been going on since last summer. i'm guessing you know a little bit about that, too. >> a little bit. solaris of aig getting a boost after the company's
gets done. how's that for an encore? with xerox, you're ready for real business. >>> i'm jim cramer. welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! >> firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts. they know nothing. >>> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. >> "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm trying to educate and teach, so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. >>> people like to fight the tape. even on a terrific day like today. the s&p vaulting 7.3%, and the nasdaq climbed 0.68%. >> house of pleasure. >>> it's a natural instinct to fight given how immediate our fights have been, but buy the dips, sell the rips attitude has been the way to go. the way to win since 2000, but it sure isn't winning now. you sold the rips, you sold a ton of stocks a long time ago. you don't have any stocks left. but the charts are breathtaking with breakout all over the place, housing, hotels, lumbers, semiconductor, construction, cable tv, entertainment, pa
killed this school year. tonight, heartbroken leaders are demanding action. jim rosenfeld outside suitland high school. jim? >> jim, here we are. for the second night in a row with a staemetement. horrified at the death of two students in the past 24 hours. we cannot go another day without addressing these unspeakable acts of violence they say. in all, six dead teenagers in the county since august. authorities here signaling youth violence reached a tipping point. the faces of teens who died since the start of the school year in prince george's county. amber, marcel, marcus, chuck. lives cut short by guns. the youngest, 14. the oldest 18. and every age in between. from drive-byes to robberies. killings by gangs on the streets to mysterious deaths in their own bedrooms. listen and you hear students here speak of life lessons fueled by fear of guns. >> it is scary. li like you never know when your last day could be. it's like you could get killed for nothing. wouldn't be your fault. because some one has a gun. the bullet could be aimed for you. >> law enforcement authorities gather
in maryland. nasser. you're up, partner. >> caller: hi, jim. talking to me, sir? >> yeah, you're with cramer. >> a big booyah to you, your majesty and ek lxcellency. the company rf microdevices. we had a downgrade. is that an overreaction? >> i saw that, sky works solution, crushed that and qualcomm has some new whamma jamma thing. i think it's never been my favorite. i won't tell to you be in that one. my charitable trust owns broadcom. it doesn't act that well either. listen, nobody got hurt taking a profit. as long as big themes are working, autos, housing, mergers, lenders, i won't let everybody to scare me out manufacture i coal socks and they shouldn't scare you either. hey, the markets are mixed. don't sweat the program. "mad money" will be right back. >> coming up, stop the presses. the world's most recognizable front page is putting part of part of its business up for sale is this a sign of hard times ahead, or could it be a catalyst that helps the company to print money. cramer's cut the answer, next. >>> later, soda showdown. coke, pepsi, the fizz is about to face-off. flavor may
watch. on the panel this week, fox news contributor, judy miller. cal thomas, jim pinkerton, mrn conservative magazine, and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. members of i have the high privilege and honor of presenting to you, the president of the united states. [applaus [applause] >> thank you, thank you. >> president obama delivered his state of the union address tuesday night pushing his agenda items. setting the tone for his second term and trying in part to cement his legacy, bold and aggressive, that's what we heard the speech was going to be. kirsten before was actually delivered, most in the media seemed to give it a thumbs up. you had kind of a different take? >> yeah, well, i mean, i thought it was a pretty underwheming speech, actually. and the reality is you could almost write the articles before they come out and now what people say. every speech barack obama gives they think is brilliant when it's transparency not brilliant. and when i talked to democrats behind the scenes, yeah, underwheming. the media seems to th
channel meteorologist jim cantore is out in it there. jim, good evening. >> hey, brian. 4 inches here at the capital. we could tack on another 4. the problem is, the storm is far from over here. let's talk about it and where it goes and what it becomes as we head into the weekend here. tomorrow morning we're talking about snow coming into the chicago metro area. indianapolis, as well. so we expect a rush hour there that will at least start with snow. it may not end that way. as you can see, the forecast, friday at 9:00 a.m., does not show anymore snow there. and then the storm changes itself as we head into the weekend. a new low pressure from this develops off the virginia coast, travels up the east coast. it's got a lot of warm air from the gulf of mexico to feed off. the problem is, it will not have enough cold air to keep it all snow in new york, in boston. but eventually as that low pulls to the east, it will be all snow in boston once again, for the third weekend straight. winter, brian, is far from over. >> all right, jim cantore, lincoln, nebraska tonight. jim, thanks. >>> now
, nike and oakley among them, pulled their deals. jim, the prosecutors today said this murder, they believe, was premeditated. >> reporter: that is right, peter, that is what the prosecution is going to be describing today in great detail. that is what has made this scene electric at this pretoria courtroom this morning, whereas you mentioned the sports icon, oscar pistorius, known better as "the blade runner," appeared for the second time. being charged with murder, premeditated murder of his girlfriend, reeva steencamp. now the details of the thursday morning shooting at his home were described by the prosecution. we saw him wearing a gray suit and tie, weeping uncontrollably again this morning. the prosecution again, claimed that pistorius fired the 9 mm rounds from a pistol, through the door behind which reeva steencamp was cowering. it could mean life in prison in south africa. the prosecutor said if i arm myself, walk a distance and murder a person that is premeditated. the motive is "i want to kill," that is it, said the prosecutor. but the defense disputed that, saying
. that was not a great decision. >> have i been asking him for weeks to leave and he won't. very annoying. jim, welcome to the show. >> thank you, andy. it is good to be here. >> have we gone from being the land of the tree to the land of the free stuff? >> i just think people are too polite to ask. nobody wants to say are you going to be on welfare? then you will be called racist. that's why nobody has asked. if you want to find out ask what their favorite tv shows are. if they mention a soap opera or "the price is right" that means they are at home and not working. >> the nonpartisan center says households were using one major welfare program in 2010 and that is compared to 23% of other householding. if that is accurate, is that true? >> we are a nation of immigrants , but we need more high skilled immigrants to come to the country. newt gingrich had the point. he had a good point and if he earned a phd we should earn a green card. to have their places taken up by those who would go on the dull, that is problematic. >> a nation of immigrants, i have trademarked that phrase. don't use it again. senato
humira, to help relieve your pain and stop further joint damage. >> i'm jim cramer, welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. firms are going to go out of business, and he's nuts! they're nuts, they know nothing! i always like to say there is a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i just want to help you make some money. my job is not just to entertain, but to educate. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. how quickly can things turn? how quickly can things go from good to bad? can they turn on a dime? can the economy go from smoking hot to ice cold overnight? can we go from thinking we are working our way out of a long-term jam to game over? the buzzer, that's what was swirling through everybody's heads today. the market got whacked again. we did have a bit of a late-day comeback. the dow sank nearly 47 points. and don't forget, yesterday was the worst day of the s & p for the year. today, down another 1.04%. the speed with which things got negative is breathtaking
>>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! >> going out of base and he's nuts! he nuts! they know nothing. "mad money" you can't afford to miss it. >>> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money" and i'm trying to teach you how to make a little money. my job is not to entertain but coach and talk to you about the stock market. call me. there are some things i've been keeping from you. it's not fair. tonight i'm going to tell you who i am and how i got here. not a am jim cramer, that plus an avatar and 140 characters sums up everyone these days. i want you to know more than that. what i want to do tonight, is trace the arc that brought me to "mad money." but to give you some lessons from the faces of my various careers and how you can profit from them. remember, in the end, this is cramerica. i want to tell you how i became a good investor and how i continue to learn every day. and that is the goal of "mad money". my love of stocks started back in 4th grade. you see my dad would bring home the old "philadelphia bulletin" when he returned home from work
environmentally friendly. but it would cost you more money. good evening. i'm doreen gentzler. >> and i'm jim vance. >>> police in prince george's county have arrested five men today for the murder of 15-year-old charles walker. he was shot and killed on monday afternoon, because the people after him wanted the shoes he was carrying in his bag. also today a second teenager shot in forestville last night has died. that makes seven teenagers killed in recent months. bureau chief tracee wilkins joins us from the headquarters with the interview of the mother of one of the murder victims. tracee? >> reporter: jim, this has been a hard week for the people who live here in prince george's county. three teens killed in this week alone, and now prince george's county police just announced one of these teen murder cases is now closed. swell so with a mother who is hoping that her son's case will be next. >> he was a good kid. he wouldn't hurt a soul. >> reporter: teresa williams is mourning the loss of her second born, aaron kidd. he was shot and killed yesterday, the sixth prince george's county teen
's knew there was going to be a civil war that would be dead within a few years. jim explains this in his book, they were working within the political system and the constitutional system on like frederick douglass who is outside of that. what can they do without slavery even with this freedom national idea jim wright's about there's nothing the federal government can do about slavery in the states where it exists it is created by the state law. the federal government to mississippi to say we are going to abolish slavery so they talk about the periphery of the various things but lincoln and most republicans said we are looking forward to some and to slavery sometime in the future so lincoln in the 1850's is basically talks about plan for getting rid of slavery that is premised on this states how do you encourage them to do that? we give you money for their property, you can do it very gradually over a long period of time and they say we will encourage them to leave the country because we don't want a gigantic population. we know that so they will go to africa or central americ
from the ashes of slavery and jim crow. a system of mass incarceration that no doubt has dr. king turning in his grave today. the mass incarceration of poor people of color in the mize states is tantamount to the new system that's shoveled our young people from underfunded the schools to brand new high-tech prisons. it's a system that locks up poor people, overwhelmingly poor people of color into a permanent second-class status nearly as effectively as earlier systems of racial and social control once did. it is in my view the moral equivalent of jim crow. i'm always eager to admit there was a time i rejected this talk out of hand. i rejected comparisons between the mass incarceration and slavery believing that those kind of claims and comparisons were exaggerations and distortions, hyperbole. in fact there was a time i thought people that made those kind of claims and comparisons were actually doing more harm than good to the efforts to reform our criminal justice system and achieve greater racial equality in the united states. but what a difference a decade means. for after year
important political battles both in 2008 and 2012 elections. he served in the obama campaign. jim messina quickly rose to prominence across the country. he became the obama deputy chief of staff for 2009 and went on to become the manager of the obama reelection campaign in 2012. she worked with governor romney where she then served as his chief of staff and was a top adviser for the romney campaign. ms. myers is one of the inaugural fellows. in 2008, she served as a battleground state erector for the obama campaign. matt rhoades has been a lead strategist for the republican national committee. he was a research analyst in the 2000 elections. he was the director of research for the 2004 bush campaign. he was the campaign manager for romney. stuart stephens has gone on to elect more governors than any other current republican media consultant. he has also worked on campaigns overseas. he was involved in that media image for romney in 2008 and was a senior strategist for the presidential campaign in 2012. finally, our moderator for tonight is mr. chuck todd. he has experience as an editor an
. the flu comes on fast, so ask your doctor about tamiflu. prescription for flu. >>> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game! >> firms are going to go out of business, and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! >> i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere -- >> "mad money." you can't afford to miss it. >> hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain but i'm trying to educate you. call me, 1-800-743-cnbc. in the face of crushing declines and uproarious rallies and even sometimes just plain jane garden variety days in this market, there's a "mad money" toolbox to help you through and to help you become a better and wealthier investor. tonight i'm cracking it open. so listen up. if you're going to manage your own money, you have to recognize the value of maybe one of the most important issues out there. the value of humility. so please, repeat after me. sometimes i am going to be wrong. come on. say it. sometime
falkenr and jim norton and the man who wrote "up in the air" will be in studio. >>> look who decided he could stay through the whole show tonight? now back to tom with the post gail wrap up. and remember tom's new cd, "edgy" and his edgy new cd are both available starting tuesday. >> thanks. matt, what is fun, super libertarian and doesn't smell like poop? >> it is the next reason crude. it is another cruise. go to reason .org and all you have to do is pay us a lot of money and you can go on a boat with us for a week. >> very libertarian. recommend he, how was -- remi, how was your birthday? >> thank you, for asking and thank you for being nice on my birthday. i will be on the newschannel in the 4:00 hour. >> speaking of tuning in, joe you have a big taping coming up, what is it? >> i am sapping a new half hour special for comedy central, february 2 sickth. it is at the boston at the royal. go to the blacklist nyc.com/cc boston. >> the blacklist. important. back to you, andy. >> thanks, tom. thanks also to remi spencer, bill schulz, joe derosa, matt welch. that does it for me. see you m
collins is in prince williams county, with more on that. >> reporter: jim, a man takes his dog for a walk. he's shot and killed about a half block from his home. you can imagine what this has done to the neighborhood. murder on wurtz drive, people here on edge. >> i'm shocked. we don't have problems like this in our neighborhood. >> gives me caution, you know, especially locking the door at night. >> i think something like this happening we'll probably think twice about what we do. >> gregory holley was 55 years old, a retired atf agent. he did 30 years there. he also served as a reserve officer with the army mps. he had some risky assignments. he ends up getting shot and killed on the peaceful street where he lived. taking his dog for a walk. >> his family obviously is devastated. his wife is obviously in shock. his sonning are obviously in shock as well. >> that is bishop eugene reeves with the new life anointed ministries international. mr. holle yeismt was an active member. >> he was a great husband and father, one of the best people you would ever want to meet. >> reporter: police re
. immediately following basketball, we'll have live coverage of the final round of the northern trust open. jim nantz with an update. >> jim: another sunny day at beautiful riviera, and the final round of the northern trust open. bill haas, the overnight leader saturday. at the ninth hole for birdie. for birdie. at the 10th, the par 4, one of the great short holes in the world. holing that one for an eagle. at 11, the par 5, the hot stretch continues. blasting it out to about 4 1/2 feet. now to complete a three-hole stretch in four under par, haas knocks it in, on his way to 64. low round of the day by three. he won this tournament a year ago. he's going for the repeat victory. but the big names are lurking, the final round is coming up later today here on cbs sports. >> doug: thanks, jim. that's coming up right after basketball. a reminder. don't miss number 24, colorado state traveling to vegas to take on unlv on cbs sports network -- the 24-hour home for cbs sports. selection sunday is four weeks from today and you will see the ncaa basketball championship selection show exclusively here on
of iphone woes for jim haslet. >>> a sea otter at the oregon zoo scoring points with zoo keepers. the 15-year-old has impressive basketball skills. he was pod ised -- told to shoot scoops to help his elbows and gets a treat. not bad for an old guy. . >>> time for sports. i'm scott smith. tonight's opponent has twice as many points. in recent weeks, they have seen a reversal of fortune. the capitals won three of four and new jersey struggled losing three of four and hopefully that trend continues tonight and that is where we find lindsay murphy. what is going on? >> i want to talk about braden. he will make the fifth consecutive start for the capitals. he was the king's hero last year during the play-offs and the start to this season was inquest and however, in his last four starts, the team won four of the -- three of the four games and he had 38 saves in the loss last sunday, just 222 shy of his career best. seems he is coming into his own. >> signs he's been more comfortable and we're playing better and he is making a big seat the on save at the right time. and that is good to so him b
is going to get the nod for the top job? joining me now chaplain of the colbert nation father jim martin. thank you so much for joining me. [cheers and applause] father jim, were you shocked this morning when you learned the pope would be resigning? >> i was. it's not unexpected because he talked about it sort of obliquely but i don't think anybody was expecting it. >> stephen: it's completely unexpected. i talk about running the new york city mamplet i'm never going to do it. no pope has resigned voluntarily since the pope in 1294. there's barely any trees on the planet who remember this. what happens now? there is no tradition for this. what happens? >> no there's not. there's a conclave, an election when the cardinals gather. >> stephen: there's still going to be a pope when they elect a new one. >> he's going to resign on february 28. there's no pope, a vacant seat and someone will take over in his place temporarily. >> stephen: who takes over? who is mini pope for a while? [laughter] >> the person known as the chamberlain will take over for a bit but the pope will apparently retire
and killed officer jim sepuda after a high-speed chase and foot perfect suit in 2011. smith has pled not guilty to the charges. the officer was 45 years old and left behind a wife and three children. >>> shrinking police budgets, no problem. neighbors jump in to help solve a string of burglaries in danville. most happen while they are asleep. >> reporter: the quiet neighborhood on the east edge of danville far removed from the usual stories of robbery and violence. so when wallets and small amounts of money began disappearing from homes, neighbors didn't immediate ly sound the alarm. >> we actually did not know burglaries were going on as a community. every house pretty much kept it to themselves. >> reporter: it wasn't until a flier about a recent break-in began circulating neighbors realized they were living amidst a rash of burglaries. the flier alerted them to a surveillance video showing them a suspected burglar inside a home. >> we were all first made aware of that particular surveillance video from a private home by a flier generated and handed out anonymously. >> reporter: li
sportscaster and fox news analyst, jim gray, who interviewed pistorius at the london games last summer. jim, let me begin by simply saying to you, you met him. you spoke with him. what did you think? >> i was speaking to him at the height of his life. he said it was a moment that he would cherish forever. he had just completed the race. he finished last. but after so many years of trying and being thrown out by the iaaf if getting his appeal overturned by the arbitration court, being able to appear after not being able to appear in beijing and then on the track in london, he said it was the highlight of his life. he said he had cramps in his cheeks from smiling so much. he had felt he would have an impact on the entire world for the rest of his life because he was the first guy to be a double amputee to compete. so it was a special moment for him. so i saw him at the height of his life and it was only a four-minute interview. 3 1/2 minutes. of course, he was respectful, courteous, on time. he was all those things that a guy in that position you would expect. but to say that i know him, i do
.c. council member jim gramm is finding it -- is fighting efforts to reprimand him after misconduct allegations involving a lottery contract. two weeks ago, the d.c. board of ethics and the government accountability ruled that jim gramm had violated the code of conduct. the council chairman of cs holding a special hearing to consider the council's official reprimand. is this an ethical violation? it was not a crime, there was not a lot broken. >> the council member it crashed the president insisting he has done nothing wrong. minutes earlier, he told reporters he is taking away his oversight of the abc board and holding a hearing to reprimand him. >> he has harmed the public confidence in the air -- and the integrity of the district government. >> he allegedly told a developer he would support his bid for a lottery contract if the developer would withdraw his bid for a mattress station project. the ethics board and others said it was a conflict of interest. >> this has been investigated to death. members need to be above reproach. he's that good for this area. >> he's done a lot of
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